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Cannes Film Festival 2022, Jasmine Trinca makes her directorial debut with the film ‘Marcel!’

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Cannes Film Festival 2022, Jasmine Trinca makes her directorial debut with the film ‘Marcel!’

Exactly five years ago, in Cannes, he won the award for best interpreter of “Un certain regard” for the film Fortunata. Five years later, on the same day, Jasmine Trinca performs another rite of passage in Cannes, of entry into the family of great cinema and, perhaps, of her history. Jasmine presents her first film as director, Marcel !, with the exclamation point today in the Séances speciales. It is the surreal and poetic story, with almost Chaplinian accents, of the relationship between a difficult, distant mother, distracted by her love for her dog, and a daughter who has the absorbed and determined gaze of little Maayane Conti. In theaters from June 1st. How far for Jasmine, from her first Cannes in 2001. For the role of Irene in The Son’s Room, Nanni Moretti auditioned more than two thousand girls: she chose her, born in 1981. The film won the Palme d’Or, and from that moment, Jasmine has come a long way. Two David di Donatello, four Silver Ribbons, the Marcello Mastroianni prize in Venice. Now, at 41, while she is part of the international jury of the Palme d’Or, here is a new baptism for her. And she is visibly excited and happy, alongside Maayane Conti, Alba Rohrwacher who plays the mother artist, lost, bewildered. And Giovanna Ralli who has a short but intense role in terms of affection, empathy, humanity. Jasmine, what prompted you to attempt directing for the first time? “It’s been twenty years since I first came to Cannes, with Nanni Moretti, to my first experience as an actress. They were years of joys, pains, encounters with incredibly creative people. In the end, I thought that I he would have liked, for once, to turn his gaze upside down. And try to tell about things in the first person. ” In this story between a …

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